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Congratulations to the Doctors of the Plastic Surgery Institute of Washington!

Article courtesy of Drs. Friedman, Forman & Huang
November 1, 2012

Image Courtesy of Washingtonian Magazine
Washingtonian Magazine names all three surgeons of the Plastic Surgery Institue of Washington located in North Bethesda, MD, to its list of the 2012 Top Doctors!

Congratulations to Dr. Douglas L. Forman, Dr. Rodger Friedman and Dr. Kathy Huang.

Be sure to check out the practice's profile for more information on the doctors and look through before and after photos to see examples of the doctors' work.



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